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Improved The crankcase is the lower part of the engine where the crankshaft is housed and where the engine oil lives. The crankshaft is connected to the pistons that power the engine.When you are diving around Appleton fuel is burned in your vehi...
Posted in Parts
on November 29, 2016
Modern Appleton vehicles have several computers on board that control all kinds of things like engine functions, transmission shifts, traction control, anti-lock brakes, stability control, emissions – and on some vehicles, even steering, braking and the throttle.Think about that for a minute – th...
Posted in Diagnostics
on November 20, 2016
All those automotive fluids can be confusing for Appleton drivers. Recent years have brought new grades of engine oil, types of transmission fluid, coolant, and brake fluid. The right fluid protects your vehicle and helps it perform at its best. The wrong fluid won't work as well and could even c...
Posted in Fluids
on November 13, 2016
Since driving requirements and lifestyles differ among Appleton drivers, your vehicle manufacturer publishes two auto maintenance schedules: the regular schedule and the severe service schedule. Which schedule should Appleton drivers follow? Here are some questions to ask yourself:Are most of you...
Posted in Maintenance
on November 07, 2016